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9. Which one of the following leaders proposed the ideas for the compromise that was eventually adopted in drafting the Constitution? A. William Paterson B. Roger Sherman C. Alexander Hamilton D. Gouverneur Morris
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User: 9. Which one of the following leaders proposed the ideas for the compromise that was eventually adopted in drafting the Constitution? A. William Paterson B. Roger Sherman C. Alexander Hamilton D. Gouverneur Morris

Weegy: Roger Sherman proposed the ideas for the compromise that was eventually adopted in drafting the Constitution.



User: 10. The purpose of the Constitution is presented in the A. Amendments. B. Articles. C. Preamble. D. Bill of Rights.

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The purpose of the Constitution is presented in the:Preamble.
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The purpose of the Constitution is presented in the Preamble.
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